Newsletter

07/16/2014

07/23/2014

 

Mailing Address

Placer Jr. Hillmen
471 Maidu Dr Suite 102
Auburn, CA. 95603

Schedule

8-9     Jamboree @

            Antelope

8-16    @Roseville

8-23    Franklin

8-30    BYE

9-6      Grant

9-13    @Bear River

9-20    Woodland

9-27    @Antelope

10-4    @Nevada Union

10-11  Lincoln

10-18  @Oakmont

10-25 Mighty Mite Bowl

           @Bear River

BOLD are Home Games

Important Dates

July 14 - Clinic Week Begins

July 17 - PJH Med Clinic

July 21 - Season Starts
               All paperwork 
               needed to practice
July 27 - Pancake Breakfast
               EQ Handout
               Parent Meeting

Sept 6 -  Teacher Appreciation

Oct 11 - Spirit Day

 

Placer Jr. Hillmen News

2014 Registration Reminder

If you haven't registered yet for the Placer Junior Hillmen youth football program, come to the in-person registration tonight at the Elm Street Round Table from 6-8. You may also register online by clicking the "register now" button to the right. Don't delay in getting your child registered! This year we are limiting the size of each team so that all kids will get to play in all of the games, and will be closing each team's registration, once the maximum number of players is reached.

2014 Registration is OPEN!

Registration for cheer and football is OPEN ONLINE! All participants must register online this year. It's SO easy! Click HERE/Register and follow the prompts! We will be at the Round table on Elm every Wednesday in May from 6-8 to help.Please click the registration tab for details about our requirements. If you have questions contact us at board@placerjrhillmen.com

 

PAYMENTS -  There are a couple of changes to the way PJH is handling registration fees for the 2014 season. First, a minimum payment of $100 is required at time of registration. Players and cheerleaders will not be able to register until that minimum payment is made. Second, registration fees must be paid in full by July 27, 2014, and no equipment or uniforms will be distributed until the fees have been paid in full. 

Last year's very successful sponsorship program is available again this year for those that would like to take advantage of it. The kids can collect money from sponsors—relatives, local businesses, etc.—to be used to pay for their registration fees. Last season, many players and cheerleaders were able to raise enough money to completely cover their registration fees. The sponsorship form and receipts to be given to sponsors, are located on the PJH website (http://www.placerjrhillmen.com/images2/SPONSOR.pdf , http://www.placerjrhillmen.com/images2/homepage_slideshow/PJHSponsorReceipt.pdf ) and paper copies will be available at the in-person registration nights at the Elm Street Round Table Pizza, every Wednesday in May from 6-8 pm.

A payment plan is also available, and will start in May and end on July 27, 2014, when all registration fees must be paid. Here is the payment plan schedule:

Football

1st payment of $100 due at time of registration in May.

2nd payment of $100 due by June 30.

Final payment of $75 due by equipment handout on July 27.

Cheer

1st payment of $100 due at time of registration in May.

2nd payment of $65 due by June 30.

Final payment of $50 due by July 27. (Note, uniforms will not be distributed until registration fees are paid in full.)

Payments can be made by credit card, check, money order, or cash. Please contact PJH Treasurer Renee Christensen, (renee.christensen@yahoo.com; 530-863-8194) if you have any questions.

Important: Cheerleading tryouts and clinic take place on April 30th-May 3rd. You must attend the clinic and tryout to register for the 2014 season. Contact Nancy Decker, cheer coordinator, with any questions about cheer.916-257-5873

Questions? Email us at board@placerjrhillmen.com


Cheer News

2014 Cheer Clinic!

2014 Cheer clinic and tryouts were held last week. Placements will be coming soon. If you have any questions contact Nancy Decker 916-257-5873


 

Mission Statement

Placer Junior Hillmen Youth Football & Cheer is committed to creating a character-building program for the youth in our area.

The success of our program will not be measured by a won-loss record or a competition placement, but by the sportsmanship, teamwork, responsibility, and the fun we will experience through working together as a single unit.

Our Board of Directors and coaches believe that the best way to teach is through example, showing dedication, and a strong work ethic. We will always provide an uplifting learning environment that will maintain the highest standards in athletics and academic achievement.

Our goal is to create a positive experience for all of our participants and parents.


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